Coronavirus (COVID-19) Monitoring
Effective March 18, 2020, we will modify our banking operations to correspond with the current state and federal efforts related to social distancing and the prevention of the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Danville State Savings Bank is still open for business. All branch business will be transacted through our drive-up windows. If you have a need to conduct loan or deposit business in person, please contact either branch to make an appointment.
Danville Branch (319) 392-4261 or toll free (877) 392-4261
New London Branch (319) 367-5100 or toll free (877) 367-5100
We also have a variety of other methods for conducting business. Please utilize our other available services:
- Drive-up window or drive-up ATM
- Online banking and bill pay services
- Mobile banking
- Night depository
- Call in for inquiries, balance transfers, etc
As we rely on third-party vendors for various services, we have been monitoring our vendors’ positions as well, and we currently anticipate no disruption to offered services (online banking, debit card services, etc).
Thanks to all for your patience and cooperation as we navigate this ever-changing landscape and work to maintain the health and safety of our staff, our customers and our communities.
March 16, 2020
With the evolving situation related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to update you on our process for monitoring developments and making changes in an effort to ensure the health and safety of our staff, customers, and communities.
We have a disaster recovery plan that includes a pandemic scenario. Members of our disaster recovery committee are monitoring the updates at a local, state and national level to stay informed of developments with regard to reported cases, closures or other mitigation efforts. Both branch locations are equipped with sanitizing supplies, and we are diligently working to maintain clean workspaces and areas of public use. We have asked staff members to adhere to the CDC recommendations to protect themselves as well as protecting others should someone become sick. We have asked staff members to voluntarily report to management if he/she becomes sick so that additional precautions may be taken.
We are currently operating both branches as normal. We will monitor continuing developments and make changes as necessary utilizing our website (www.danvillebank.com) as well as both branch locations to communicate to our customers.
There are several alternatives for conducting business with us. Please take advantage of our various services.
• Drive-up windows and drive-up ATM’s at each branch location
• Night drop depository at each branch location
• Call in to either branch location for balance inquiries, funds transfers, etc.
• Online banking and bill pay services
• Mobile banking
Thank you for your continued support as we navigate this ever-changing landscape.